Blikk: family refusing vaccination caught coronavirus in Budapest, father dies of infection

The mother is also in serious condition, according to the newspaper, but their two children also needed a ventilator. Their security certificates were fake.

A Glance According to the article, a family of four who refused to be vaccinated received the coronavirus in Budapest, and the father died of the infection. They are still fighting for the mother’s life, but the two elementary school children also needed a ventilator, according to the paper, all four of whom had previously been admitted to the intensive care unit in a row.

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Blikk was informed that hospital workers found the family’s security cards suspicious, so they notified the authority. It was then revealed that the IDs were forged. The family traveled abroad many times, presumably because they needed fake protection certificates that could be obtained without vaccination.

The paper knows police are currently investigating 17 cases where health workers have been involved in making false security certificates for money, and three civil servants have been charged with forgery of a public document by an official for obtaining a false security card.

Source: blikk.hu


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